21 cats dropped off at Marin Humane Society

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AbandonedKitties 400pxIn the cold hours before dawn on Monday, November 25, a silver SUV drove up to the Marin Humane Society’s night kennel and dropped off several cardboard boxes. When our Animal Services Officer on duty discovered the boxes, he heard a chorus of meows.

Inside the boxes were 21 cats.

The 12 adults and 9 kittens were immediately brought inside MHS’s doors, where they were given food, water, and clean kennels with fresh bedding and blankets. All of these cats will be given medical care, behavior evaluations, socialization, spay or neuter surgery – and lots of love.

MHS is currently caring for 150 cats and kittens, and we are near capacity. As an open-door shelter, we are dedicated to caring for each and every animal who comes to us for help. But we cannot do it without you.

Your gift this season will help find more animals homes for the holidays – and beyond. Please make your gift to the animals today.

You can also help us find more animals homes for the holidays by spreading the word: MHS is waiving adoption fees for cats age five months and older! Every cat who finds a home creates more space in our shelter to save even more lives.

Thank you for making a world of difference for animals.

Your donations make it possible for us to continue our life-saving work and keep creating happy endings.